Marissa Nadler announces 2019 tour

Following excellent reviews for her recently released album For My Crimes, and a sold–out Autumn tour, Marissa Nadler has announced news of an extensive European tour for April 2019 including two UK headline shows in London and Brighton. Full dates here

Nadler has also shared an entrancing b/w video for “Said Goodbye To That Car”, the final track on the album, of which she says: “It’s a song about a car but the car is never shown in the video. Instead, snippets of memories associated with the time period in the song go through in a haze. Memories can be surreal and non–linear and more impressionistic than realistic. This video aims to capture that fleeting feeling of life’s experiences being marked by certain vivid memories. Much of the footage was taken out of car windows.” Watch below…

Critical acclaim for For My Crimes, out now on Bella Union:

“The Boston singer–songwriter is at her most powerful yet… With a new strength to her songs, Nadler’s force has never seemed greater.” Q Magazine – 4 Stars ****

“Brooding, intimate songs about long nights of the soul, but with a thoughtfulness and lightness of touch that makes the album a calm, reassuring listen.” The Times – 4 Stars ****

“Beautifully eerie… She’s caught the openness of spirit of her early albums and added a gorgeously gothic undertow – there’s a stately beauty to songs like I Can’t Listen To Gene Clark Anymore, or the devastating intimacy of Interlocking, that’s hard–won.” Uncut – 8/10

“A record that glimmers in all it’s tenebrous ambience… A master–class in Southern Gothic.” Record Collector – 4 Stars ****

“Variously evoking the Cowboy Junkies and 4AD’s 90’s country–goths Tarnation, For My Crimes’ brooding, melancholic songs burn with tangible ardour.” MOJO

“Her best album yet… The ability to detail the minutiae of relationships with detached but recognisable emotion has distinguished the Boston–based musician over her 15–year career.” Rock’n’Reel – 5 Stars *****

“Spellbinding… For My Crimes feels inherently like a chronicle of fading love, but it’s also a potent expression of femininity.” Long Live Vinyl – 8/10

“Her melodies are captivating and her craft comes through strongly… Despite its lyrical themes of romantic suffocation and nostalgia, For My Crimes is steady and unwavering.” The WIRE

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  • 10 Apr 2019 Groningen at Vera
  • 11 Apr 2019 Antwerp at De Roma
  • 13 Apr 2019 Genk at Little Waves
  • 15 Apr 2019 London at Oslo
  • 16 Apr 2019 Brighton at The Prince Albert
  • 18 Apr 2019 Istanbul at Salon IKSV
  • 19 Apr 2019 Istanbul at Salon IKSV
  • 20 Apr 2019 Moscow at 16 Tons
  • 21 Apr 2019 St Petersburg at LenDoc
  • 21 Apr 2019 St Petersburg at LenDoc
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